WOMAN OWNED. VETERAN BREWED.
The “Beer Bunker” is open for outside service Of course we have some rules.
Please remember these are not entirely our rules, but it is our obligation to enforce them. And we will. The biggest rule is RESPECT OUR STAFF AND OUR NEIGHBORING BUSINESSES. We couldn’t do what we’re doing without their support. Below are answers to some questions.
SERVICE & MASKS: You must wait to be called to the service table. You MUST wear a mask when placing your order. You can remove your mask once you get to your table. If you are not wearing a mask - you WILL NOT BE SERVED.
MENU: We encourage you to look at that menu before you come to the service area and know what you want. We are still happy to answer questions, but if your first question is “what do you have?” Someone might punch you.
GROWLERS: We are not filling them. We have a fancy canner and can package anything into a 4 pack that you like. Times are changing.
PAYMENT: We are currently only accepting debit or credit card. Why? Because it’s a giant pain in the ass to get change at the bank right now. Cash tip accepted.
FLIGHTS & SAMPLES: If you are uncertain you will like a beer you are welcome to purchase a 5oz pour. You will only be permitted one pour at a time.
SMOKING: Go to your car. Discard your butts.
KIDS: Only small children in a carrier or small stroller are permitted.
DOGS: Only 1 dog per group. Leashed and kept next to you.
FOOD: You are still welcome to order and have it delivered or bring your own. Please clean up after yourself.
BATHROOM: The bathroom is located inside. It is the only time you may enter the building. You must wear a mask. Do your thing, wash your hands and exit.
WEATHER: The Bunker will not be open during inclement weather. Check our posts for updates.
CURBSIDE PICKUP: Service is the same as above.
We’ll adjust as needed.
why backward flag?
Cheers to us, and those like us!
An ode to the Army uniform, the Backward Flag is a symbol of always moving forward and never retreating. Worn on the right shoulder of the military uniform, the flag is worn facing the opposite direction than what we traditionally see. As soldiers, we are trained to always place the mission first, and continue moving forward towards success and accomplishment.